• POPsessions: David Henrie Wears the Pants, Because it Would be Illegal Not To

    You can really learn a lot about a person from the things they like (or dislike.) We recently had the chance to learn a great deal about David Henrie, the star of small screen and big, when he talked to … Continue reading →

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  • Are You Ready for Hunger Games Land Amusement Park?

    We'd buy a ticket to Panem. And you know you would, too. Little ol' Lionsgate is really hitting the big leagues now as the studio may be entering the wonderful (and lucrative) world of theme parks as "The Hunger Games" … Continue reading →

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  • The People Got It Very Wrong: 5 Jaw-Dropping Snubs From People's Choice Award Nominations

    Sandra Bullock's big box office year continues to work in her favor as the 49-year-old actress leads the pack, along with musical TV show "Glee," in People's Choice Awards nominations. Announced on Tuesday, Bullock received five nominations in categories including … Continue reading →

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  • Meet Chuckesmee from 'Twilight,' Creepiest. Doll. Ever.

    You remember Renesmee, right? The adorable half-vampire, half-human daughter of Bella and Edward in "Twilight?" Well, she was almost a doll. A really, really creepy one. Back when the Twi-gang was promoting "Breaking Dawn Part 2," the creation was referenced … Continue reading →

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  • ‘It’s Halloween: Everyone’s Entitled to One Good Scare’ AND One Good Giveaway

    What would Halloween be without "Halloween"? Thankfully, for the last 35 years, we haven't known the answer to that question. With an unhealthy mix of Michael Myers slowly stalking the neighborhood, Jamie Lee Curtis screaming her lungs out, and that … Continue reading →

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  • Get Your Last-Minute Zombie Tips From the ‘World War Z’ Makeup Designer

    It's Halloween. You put off getting a costume. You need something fast. So you could either cut some eye holes in a bed sheet and be the world's lamest ghost, or you can give yourself a quick zombie makeover. And … Continue reading →

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  • Beatbox Master Remixes Disney's Classic 'The Skeleton Dance' … With His Mouth

    Remember Larvell Jones, the human sound effects CD played by Michael Winslow in the "Police Academy" movies? He's just a cadet compared to the noise that comes out of this fella named Tom Thum. The Guardian puts it best: "Tom … Continue reading →

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  • 5 DIY Movie Costumes You Already Have In Your Closet

    For every person who lovingly stitches/welds/duct tapes together an elaborate, true-to-the-last-detail Halloween costume, there's someone wrapping a sheet around their shoulder and calling it a toga. But for those of us who fall in between the two crafting extremes, making … Continue reading →

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  • 10 Best Performing Hybrids Under $30,000

    Hybrids these days aren't just efficient, they offer great performance. There's so many choices out there, so we've narrowed down the best.

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  • 8 Terrifying Non-Horror Movies

    Not every scary movie is "Rosemary's Baby." Some aren't supposed to be scary. Here's our rundown of non-horror films — dramas, documentaries, the occasional children's tale — that can give you the creeps as good as any Halloween classic: 1. … Continue reading →

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  • How To Be Scary: Talking ‘Halloween’ at 35 with John Carpenter

    35 years ago, a little micro-budget film shot in three weeks about a young man terrorizing his neighborhood's babysitters premiered to zero fanfare, before catching fire and becoming a box office shattering phenomenon. Three and a half decades later, we … Continue reading →

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  • Know Your Movie Monsters With This Helpful Halloween Infographic

    Movie monsters come in all shapes and sizes, from tiny Gremlins to the towering Godzilla. But it's a mistake to assume that just because they might be destructive, ugly, and extraordinarily grumpy, it would be a mistake to think they … Continue reading →

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  • Scariest Movie Endings: 9 Impossible-to-Forget GIFs

    WARNING: SPOILERS! You know how it goes: a horror movie is wrapping up, and you're starting to get that safe feeling — that mix of triumph and relief that you made it all the way to the end credits without … Continue reading →

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  • Is ‘Halloween’ Still Scary 35 Years Later?

    We showed the film to 10 Millennials for the first time. John Carpenter's "Halloween" changed the rules of horror filmmaking when it was released 35 years ago today, taking cues from Hitchcock's "Psycho" and shaping the "slasher" movie as we … Continue reading →

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  • Chucky Reveals Deathly Fear of Katherine Heigl in Halloween Popsessions

    Over the course of 25 years and six movies, Chucky’s been stabbed, shot, sliced, burned alive, melted, dismembered, decapitated and blown to bits. (There was also that time a doll with Jennifer Tilly's voice wanted to marry him.) But what … Continue reading →

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  • ‘The Conjuring’ Blu-ray Clip, Infographic & Shriek-Inducing Giveaway

    "The Conjuring" is not for the faint of heart, and neither is our giveaway! In another classic scream-fest from director James Wan ("Saw," "Insidious,"), Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga play real life ghostbusters Ed and Lorraine Warren, who investigate some … Continue reading →

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  • Finding the Madness in Genius: 8 Big Question for Christopher Lloyd

    Since his big screen debut in 1975’s classic, “One Flew Over the Cukoo’s Nest,” Christopher Lloyd has cornered the market on playing brilliant but wildly off-kilter oddballs. In an amazing body of classic films ranging from the “Back to the … Continue reading →

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  • Did 'Carrie' Do Enough to Separate Fantasy From Recent Tragedies?

    "Carrie" director Kimberly Peirce sees her remake as a "superhero origin story" ... about a superhero that, you know, murders her enemies, anyway. (Hey, if Superman can do it ...) Brian De Palma's 1976 screen adaptation of Stephen King's first … Continue reading →

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  • FYI: 'The Marked Ones' Isn't 'Paranormal Activity 5'

    The "Activity" is expanding as Paramount has just revealed the rather striking — and potentially bewildering — trailer for the new "Paranormal Activity" movie. Note that we said "the new 'Paranormal Activity' movie" and not "Paranormal Activity 5." Confused? Don't … Continue reading →

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  • New Blood vs. Old: Comparing the ‘Carrie’ Remake With the Original

    Another October, and another horror movie remake hits the screens. This year we have “Boys Don’t Cry” helmer Kimberly Peirce directing Chloë Grace Moretz and Julianne Moore in “Carrie,” a new telling of the 1976 classic starring Sissy Spacek and … Continue reading →

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  • The Rules of Horror Movie Teen Angst According to 'All the Boys Love Mandy Lane' Director

    Seven years after its crowd pleasing debut as part of the Midnight Madness screenings at the 2006 Toronto Film Festival, "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane" is getting a theatrical release in the U.S. Why has it taken so long? … Continue reading →

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